Wyandotte County students named to KU’s honor roll

Wyandotte County students are among more than 5,250 undergraduate students at the University of Kansas who were named to the honor roll for the spring semester.

The students were from KU’s Lawrence and Edwards campuses and the schools of Health Professions and Nursing in Kansas City, Kansas.

The honor roll includes undergraduates who meet requirements in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and in the schools of Architecture, Design and Planning; Business; Education; Engineering; Health Professions; Journalism; Music; Nursing; Pharmacy; and Social Welfare.

Honor roll criteria vary among the university’s academic units. Some schools honor the top 10 percent of students enrolled, some establish a minimum grade-point average, and others raise the minimum GPA for each year students are in school. Students must complete a minimum number of credit hours to be considered for the honor roll.

On the KU honor roll from Wyandotte County:
Shelby Covey, Bonner Springs, School of Social Welfare;
Tessa Newberry, Bonner Springs, School of Architecture, Design and Planning;
Sara Rehm, Bonner Springs, School of Pharmacy;
Jarius Jones, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences;
Mija Jones, Kansas City, Kansas, School of the Arts;
Jena Klaas, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences;
Lauren Klapper, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences;
Janice Levina, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences;
Cameron Long, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Business;
Sydney Mansaw, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Health Professions;
Tara McCoy, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Pharmacy;
Kimberly Merritt, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Engineering;
Faith Miller, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences;
Natalie Moon, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Business;
Emma Murrugarra, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences;
Isaac Nevarez, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Pharmacy;
Jenni Nguyen, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences;
Tyler Nguyen, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences;
Leah O’Brien, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Social Welfare;
Oscar Orozco, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Social Welfare;
Oscar Pena, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences;
Jamie Redic, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Nursing;
Aislin Reynolds, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences;
Claudia Rivera, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Education;
Marcus Robinson, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Maria Rodriguez, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Business;
Vanessa Romero, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences;
John Russell, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Engineering;
Raul Saenz, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences;
Kenzie Schuley, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and School of Education;
Gordon Sheldon, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Business;
Keegan Sparks, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences;
Colby Spiess, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences;
Laura Suarez, Kansas City , Kansas, School of the Arts;
Branden Taylor, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences;
Samara Tortolero, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences;
Melinda Vongphrachanh, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Pharmacy;
Christian Wagner, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences;
Courtney Wagner, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences;
Brooke Wietharn, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences;
Logan Wilson, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Engineering;
Dominick Wynn, Kansas City Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

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